I think Disney cannot let Dory be an orphan!! Somewhere, deep inside of her, she has a memory of her childhood and I think she is starting to remember it. (It reminds me of Bourne Identity...) If Disney thinks they can make a sequel out of the best movie ever, then Dory better find her family.
(I wonder what they would be like...!)
Dory is very smart although she is challenged. She has a growth mindset with the help of marlin and nemo who have enormous faith in her. She did have a fixed mindset but now that she has faith it has turned into a growth mindset and she believes she can do anything.
Separation of Dory and her parents was either done by choice or forced by circumstance, for some reason - just curious what the alternative is? You are basically saying someone made her go or they didn't...So, I belive that she will find her family at the end. Can`t wait to watch it!
Dory is a forgetful fish who forgets what she was talking about two seconds ago. This time, Dory is older, wiser, and had new friends - an octopus and a shark to help her out. The blue tang fish is in for a wild ride. We want to follow the adventure, She says: "I have a family." "I miss them." How can it be any other way? The movie is really about finding her. The movie is about the real meaning of family, and how important family is.
With help from Nemo and Marlin (Albert Brooks), Dory (Ellen DeGeneres) the forgetful fish embarks on a quest to reunite with her mother (Diane Keaton) and father (Eugene Levy). Considering the fact that this is being produced by Disney, I am sure the movie will have a happy ending, Dory would be reuniting with her family
It would be nice for Dory to find her family, but, since Finding Nemo was such a popular movie and now there is a second part, I think that a third part may be planned in the future if the second one is successful. For this reason, I don't think Dory will find her family. She was very forgetful in the first one and seems to have trouble completing simple tasks.